March 30, 2018
UMD Researchers Addressing Urinary Tract Infections by Developing Device for Detection and Treatment of Bacterial Biofilms in Catheters
Good Intentions, Gap in Impact: New Report Shows Young People’s High Interest in Doing Good Not Translating to Action
Recover From a Service Failure
The Tyee: 'Clash of the Enclaves: Asian Americans in Suburbia'
Two-Toned Light Pattern Creates Steep Quantum Walls for Atoms
Entomologists Helping Scientists, Farmers, and Citizens from Abkhazia Understand the Biology, Threats, and Management of Brown Marmorated Stink Bug, Halyomorpha Halys
Jay Awarded $2 Million NIH R01 Grant for Biotherapeutic Approach to Healing Chronic Wounds
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UMD Graduate Programs Receive High Marks in 2019 U.S. News and World Report Rankings
A Champion for Disabilities in the Global South
Kohn Received World Bank Grant to Study Cattail Preservation and Use in Africa
UMD Alumna Preserves American Icons
Latest Nanowire Experiment Boosts Confidence in Majorana Sighting
CMNS's Graduate Programs Highly Ranked by U.S. News & World Report
UMD ARPA-E Innovations Transitioning to Commercial Reality
Dallas News: 'We Can't Solve School Gun Violence Until We Understand Why It Keeps Happening'
UMD Faculty Quotables
Featuring news and op-ed articles that are authored by or include quotes from UMD faculty
Baltimore Sun: 'Snapchatting a School Shooting' Moeller On Why 'Great Mills High Students Share Their Experiences on Social Media'
The Conversation: Summers Claims 'Facebook is Killing Democracy With Its Personality Profiling Data'
BBC Radio Scotland: Oates talks Russian Election on 'Good Morning Scotland'
VOA News: Tikekar Comments on 'Daylight Turns Plastic Sheet into Germ-Killing Material'
NBC News: Golbeck Explains Why 'Tech Companies Struggle With the Human Side of Fake News'
Baltimore Sun: Payne-Sturges Argues 'Don't Use Lanternfly As an Excuse to Permit Dangerous Pesticide'
The Conversation: Redmiles Authors 'Think Facebook Can Manipulate You? Look Out For Virtual Reality'
Washington Post: Fisher on 'Here’s Who Actually Attended the March for Our Lives. (No, It Wasn’t Mostly Young People.)'
2018 Research Communicator Impact Award Call For Nominations
April 5: Smart Cities Workshop: The Baltimore Avenue Connected Communities Initiative
April 9: Advancing the Civic Mission of Higher Education in Challenging Times
April 11: The Political Landscape: Dealing with Hate and Bias in Washington: Courageous Conversations with Mara Liasson
April 18: 5th Annual Parren J. Mitchell Symposium: Race & Wealth Inequality: Examining Shades of Opportunity